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Unidentified photographer [Belgium?], [Test strip], Gelatin silver print, Private collection of Brad Feuerhelm, LL/49856
Sequences and series
265.01   Introduction to sequences and series
Sequences for documentation
265.02   Thomas Easterly: The Destruction of Big Mound (1853-1854)
265.03   Joseph Cundall: Construction of the Great Eastern at John Scott Russell's Yard, Milwall (1855-1856)
265.04   Louis-Emile Durandelle: Eiffel Tower (1887-1889)
265.05   William A. Garnett: Aerial views of Californian suburbia
Sequences for literature
265.06   Meade Brothers Studio: Seven Ages of Man (ca 1860)
Sequences for documentation / fine art
265.07   Nicholas Nixon: The Brown Sisters
265.08   Jan Saudek: The Story of Flowers (ca 1987)
Sequences for photojournalism
265.09   Paul Nadar: Interview with Michel-Eugène Chevreul (8 September 1886)
265.10   Dorothea Lange: The Migrant Mother
Sequences for social propaganda
265.11   Thomas Barnardo: Children Reclaimed for LIfe
Sequences for narrative
265.12   Hill & Adamson: Narrative sequence - In pensive mood (1845)
265.13   Henry Peach Robinson: Little Red Riding Hood
265.14   C. Eckenrath: Hansel & Gretel
Sequences for titillation
265.15   Erotica: Comment me preferez vous? [How would you like to see me?]
265.16   Erotica: La Soubrette [The Maid]
265.17   Introduction to Fotonovelas
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